When: December 6 & 7, 2013
Entrepreneurs define markets, build business models, and launch businesses to create enterprise value. Most new ventures require outside capital to fund their early development, start-up, and continued growth. This course focuses on the need for investors to unearth and come to terms with all the facts before an investment decision is made, rather than after it is too late. Referred to as “due diligence,” it is a lengthy process that thrives on detail. It should also be approached in a creative way to be effective. The results of these deliberations play a major role in valuation and, therefore, negotiations. Knowing VCs have fine-tuned their methods for gathering and evaluating information before striking a deal means entrepreneurs should anticipate the tough questions and do everything necessary to prepare themselves for this challenge. 1 Credit
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This is a GBEN course that requires registration and tuition. For more information, call (610) 758-5626 or email email@example.com.